Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans
Reality TV Stays Super Classy!: As if there weren’t enough horrendous soul-destroying reality TV shows out there that we love to watch, according to TMZ, two of the most prominent alleged “other ladies” of Jesse James and Tiger Woods, Michelle “Bombshell” McGee and Jamie Jungers, are reportedly in talks to star in their own TV series. Bobby Goldstein, the guy responsible for unleashing “Cheaters” on the TV world, aptly created the show, which will reportedly try and “catch celebrity cheaters with their pants down.” Both Bombshell and Jaime are reportedly onboard, but have yet to sign deals. No word if they’re also considering inking deals with that horned guy who loves to wear red and surrounds himself with flames.
Kate’s Bodalicious Debut!: Kate Hudson showed up at the Coachella Music and Arts Festival in Indio, Calif. on Sunday sporting a new look. According to Us Weekly, it’s the first time she’s gone public since getting a boob job in late March. According to a mag source, the actress would often make light of pre-surgery girls. “Kate makes jokes about her boobs, but her chest has always been one of her biggest insecurities,” the source claimed. See her reported new look, HERE!
AnnaLynne McCord & Sis Pucker Up: Remember when Angelina Jolie and her brother had that icky sibling smooch at the 2000 Oscars – well, it appears AnnaLynne McCord is trying to one up Angie! See her beach kiss with sister Angel, HERE!
Justin Bieber’s Hateful Facebook Page: We’re not exactly major fans of Justin Bieber – his bangs just rub us the wrong way – but a new Facebook group called, “We only need 5,000,000 guys to join to vote Justin Bieber out of our gender,” is taking their anti-Biebs feelings way too far. The hateful group already has 300,000 members. We’d like to suggest that Facebook remove the group – Biebs is young and fragile – and we’re just not yet ready to write about a Biebs complete and total meltdown!
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